Steven Wesselingh

BMBS, PhD, FRACP, FAHMS

  • North Terrace

    5000 Adelaide

  • 8903 Citations
  • 49 h-Index
1988 …2019
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Professor Steve Wesselingh is SAHMRI’s inaugural Executive Director. For the last four years he has been Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Monash University, one of Australia’s leading health Faculties. Prior to taking up the Deanship, he was Director of the Burnet Institute, an independent medical research institute that specialises in infectious diseases, immunology and public health.

His undergraduate and doctoral training was at Flinders University and Medical Centre and his post-doctoral training was completed at Johns Hopkins Medicine in the United States.

Professor Wesselingh is an Infectious Diseases Physician with research interests in Neurovirology, HIV and vaccine development. He has consistently worked towards the integration of high quality medical research with health-care delivery, leading to improved health outcomes for Australia and the poorly resourced countries of the region.

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Research Output 1988 2019

Bacterial viability in faecal transplants: Which bacteria survive?

Papanicolas, L. E., Choo, J., Wang, Y., Leong, L. E. X., Costello, S. P., Gordon, D. L., Wesselingh, S. & Rogers, G., 1 Mar 2019, In : EBioMedicine. 41, p. 509-516 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Case report: Identification of intra-laboratory blood culture contamination with Staphylococcus aureus by whole genome sequencing

Ashokan, A., Papanicolas, L. E., Leong, L. E. X., Theodossi, M., Daniel, S., Wesselingh, S., Rogers, G. & Gordon, D. L., 1 Jan 2019, In : Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Do we really understand how faecal microbiota transplantation works? Authors' reply

Papanicolas, L. E., Wesselingh, S. & Rogers, G., 1 Apr 2019, In : EBioMedicine. 42, 1 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalComment/debate

Inclusivity and equity in human microbiome research

Rogers, G., Ward, J., Brown, A. & Wesselingh, S., 23 Feb 2019, In : The Lancet. 393, 10173, p. 728-729 2 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalComment/debate

Opportunistic bacteria confer the ability to ferment prebiotic starch in the adult cystic fibrosis gut

Wang, Y., Leong, L. E. X., Keating, R. L., Kanno, T., Abell, G. C. J., Mobegi, F. M., Choo, J. M., Wesselingh, S. L., Mason, A. J., Burr, L. D. & Rogers, G. B., 4 May 2019, In : Gut Microbes. 10, 3, p. 367-381 15 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle